Grading a Simple Question
To see the basics of grading with Gradescope see the Grading a Simple Question video. In this video, you will see how to:
- Navigate through submissions for one question.
- Make rubric items.
- Change rubric point values.
Grading Even Faster with Keyboard Shortcuts
Gradescope uses keyboard shortcuts that provide even quicker grading options.
See the Grading even faster with keyboard shortcuts video for more information. Gradescope has also provided a reference document to help you use these features.
Advanced Grading Options
Gradescope offers advanced grading options including how to change rubric settings,
make student-specific point adjustments and comments, grade in parallel with multiple
graders, and create groups of rubric items.
See the Advanced Grading Options video for more information.
Annotation and Advanced Navigation
Gradescope allows free-hand annotation of student submissions. You can also type text directly on the submission. And even though by default you
see only the question area, it's simple to see the rest of the page, as well as other
See the Annotation and Advanced Navigation video for more information.
For fixed-template assignments, Gradescope has two features that can help speed up
grading even more:
- Answer Groups (for all question types): the ability to form and grade answer groups, instead of
individual student answers.
- AI Assistance (for some question types): Gradescope's AI automatically forms suggested answer groups
for your review.
Answer Groups and AI Assistance are available with UND's license.
See the AI-assisted Grading video for more information.